Presented by Dr David Cook. It Is a Thing Most
Wonderful (Herongate). Romans 6, w3-ll. God So Loved the World (Stainer). Christ Is the King! 0 Friends Rejoice (Vulpius). Director of music Graham Eccles.
Jenni Murray talks to poet and award-winning author Jackie Kay about her new collection of short stories Why Don You Stop Talking, where ordinary livs are transformed by secrets ortrauma.
Drama: Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. Part 18. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
There's no shortage of television fortoddlers: just switch on the set at 6am and take your pick. Since Teletubbiesfirst suggested that two-year-olds might like something different from their older siblings, the demand for pre-school programmes has grown and grown. Next month, two digital channels designed exclusively for pre-schoolers will be launched. But is it OKfor babies to watch television? Mother of two, Trisha MacNair , offers advice to parents of young children who are keen to keep a firm hand on the remote control. Producer Anna Buckley
A six-part series by Simon Brett. 4: Wanderlust
Charlotte is bored and restless with not having a man around, so turns her attentions to the only man she can seem to woo with her wickedly feminine wiles.
Producer Maria Esposito
More puzzles from Chris Maslanka and the panel as they attempt to baffle each other with brai nteasers based on words, numbers and logic. On this week's panel are medical physicist and maze designer
Professor Angela Newing , author and puzzle setter Paul Lamford , and mathematician Victor Bryant. Producer Clare Csonka. Listeners with puzzles and answers can send them to Puzzle Panel. Room 7058, BBC Broadcasting House. London WlA 1AA, or by e-mail: email@example.com
By Simon Smith. Househusband Paul is very close to his son, Reuben, but his relationship with Reuben's mother has broken down. Unable to talk to his son about what's happening, when the time comes for Paul to leave the family home, he pretends he is going off into outer space.
Director Mary Peate
The third report from the audio log ofTodd Jarrell, sailor aboard the square-rigger Europa, on a voyage to Antarctica. Nearthe coast of the Antarctic
Peninsula Europais surrounded by fantastically shaped icebergs - then one hits her. A gaff snaps in a force 11 gale, yet next day the crew picnic in the sun among crab-eater seals and penguins. Producer Julian May
A six-part comedy series starring Maureen Lipman and Julia McKenzie. Written by Bruce Hyman , John Langdon and Richard Warren. 3:Jim learns that there is more to life than football. But not much.
Director Dirk Maggs.
By Victor Hugo. Dramatised by Sebastian Baczkiewicz. Music by Dominic Fitzgerald.
18: Valjeanjoins Marius and his friends on the barricades as the fighting increases. For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
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Michael Buerk with Claire Fox , Stephen Rose , Samir Shah and Harvey Thomas , cross-examine witnesses on their evidence for believing as they do about one of the week's moral conundrums. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday. 10 15pm
Scientists may be cock-a-hoop about the rough draft of the human genome, but where do we go from here? In the last programme of the series, Steve Jones looks at the work of researchers as they unravel what genes do and how they interact, in an attempt to read the next chapter in the book of life. Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
The sketch show from Manchester starring
Smug Roberts , Helen Moon , Kate Ward and Robin Ince. "My dad would fill his mouth with conkers, then he'd drink vinegarto harden the shells. Next time he nutted somebody, he splintered their skull. He's a 39er now." ProducerGraham Frost
A Cook's Tour
Written and read by Anthony Bourdain. 3: San Francisco. A youngchef, running a new eaterie, is in tears: his sous chef, who he thought of as his best friend, is talking behind his back. Bourdainthinks mutiny is On the cards. Repeated from 9.45am
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